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Q.Can broom plants from my garden rooted in water now be kept over winter as a houseplant to plant in the spring?

Zone Red Deer, Alberta | Anonymous added on August 18, 2020 | Answered

Canada, zone 4a, hardiness 40.

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Answered on August 21, 2020

Broom plants are hardy to zone 5, so yes, you would need to overwinter it indoors to keep it sheltered till spring. I would plant it in soil, though, and not keep it in water all winter. Keep it in a sunny spot free of drafts from the furnace.

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